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I would appreciate advice on tires for my 03' Maserati Coupe CC w/ Skyhook. Used as a daily driver in Atlanta, I am looking for tread life and comfort as well as performance.
 

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Barring any reason to change, stick with the Michelin Pilot PS2. Good ratings at TireRack.com, seems fine on mine. Alternative might be Goodyear Eagle F1's, but they'd suck in the rain, I'd think.
 

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I've tried the Michelins, the Pirelli P Zero Rosso.s and the Goodyear F1. Absolutely without doubt - I will now always buy the F1's. They have given me the best combo of wear and performance and dont 'tramline' like I found the others did.
 

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Goodyear F1's beat the pants off any other tires. I believe they are reasonably light too. Michelin PS2's are a good choice too.
 

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I had both the Michelins and the Goodyear F1s on my BMW M5 and found the Michelins to be superior in grip and road noise. For wear the Goodyears probably got it beat.
 

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PS2's are excellent Ive had F1s in the past bit soft for day to day may wear out in less time than the Michelins. Their sidewalls can be a bit suspect also (F1s)
 

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I have searched this site, and sought advice from other sources. There seem to be several tires that suit the car, and am looking for a combination of value, comfort and performance. I drove the Pirelli P-Zero Nero's on a 360 and am leaning towards a set. I like the pilots, but they wear quickly and you pay a premium. The car is intended as a daily driver in an urban area. Are there any other tires worth considering. I truly appreciate your advice.
 

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Atlanta Maserati said:
I have searched this site, and sought advice from other sources. There seem to be several tires that suit the car, and am looking for a combination of value, comfort and performance. I drove the Pirelli P-Zero Nero's on a 360 and am leaning towards a set. I like the pilots, but they wear quickly and you pay a premium. The car is intended as a daily driver in an urban area. Are there any other tires worth considering. I truly appreciate your advice.
PS2...comfort, performance and value
 
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